The Suorin Air is an extremely portable all-in-one mouth to lung vaporizer. Its footprint is smaller than that of a credit card, and it’s one of the thinnest vaporizers on the market. Suorin made waves with the Suorin Drop, and they’re back at it again with this new, innovative design.
Considering how small this vape pod is, the cloud production is impressive. It isn’t a cloud chasing device by any means, but it’ll be more than enough for those that prefer smaller devices like the Juul. The vapor production from the device is definitely high up on the scale of stealthy, mouth to lung vaporizers.
This device holds 2ml of e-liquid, and its mouth to lung inhaling style makes it perfect for nicotine salt. Usually, nicotine salt is used with vaporizers that don’t have quite as much vapor output. When used in vape, it’s a very satisfying and unique experience. This all-in-one vape manages to produce extremely smooth, flavorful vapor. It even utilizes an open system, which means it can be used with any e-liquid.
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What’s in the Suorin Air Starter Kit?
The Suorin Air is a great little unit, and the starter kit comes with everything that the user will need to get started. There aren’t a lot of extra accessories, but that’s nothing to complain about for such an affordable price.
The starter kit comes with the following:
- The device
- An atomizer
- A USB charging cable
- A warning card
- And user manual
Suorin Air Build Quality
When holding the Suorin Air, it has a very premium feel. Shaking it causes just the slightest rattle, but it still feels well-constructed and very durable. The brushed finish of the battery section looks fantastic, and the unit comes in four colors: black, gold, silver, and gunmetal. The atomizer section feels durable as well, but it does tend to leak after a few refills. When this happens, it’s time to get a new cartridge.
The atomizer fits snugly inside the battery section, making it very compact. The battery is 400mah, which is a little more than most vaporizers of this size offer. It should provide the average user with at least a full day of use. Overall, the build quality is very good. It’s hard to recommend a drop test with this one, but, with normal use and adequate care, it should last a while.
How to Use the Suorin Air
To fill the device, remove the rubber piece that covers the bottom of the atomizer. Place the dropper or bottle tip inside the previously covered area and begin to fill. Once the atomizer is full, replace the rubber piece and allow it to sit for several minutes. This will prevent dry hits and result in better flavor.
After a few minutes, the Suorin Air should be ready to vape. To use the device, simply pull from the mouthpiece in the top corner. Many pull-activated pod vapes tend to have a delay, but the vape pod is extremely responsive. It produces vapor the moment the user takes a hit.
There’s a light on the bottom of the unit that serves a couple of purposes. It lights up when the user hits the device, and when the battery is almost dead it’ll turn red. When the red light comes on there are a few pulls left, but charging is in the near future.
In terms of maintenance, the Suorin Air isn’t too demanding. The atomizer is disposable, and the average user will need to replace it every week or so. It’s very important to keep the metal pins on the top of the battery and the bottom of the atomizer clean. This can be done with a q tip and a small amount of isopropyl alcohol. Be sure to thoroughly dry the areas that come in contact with the isopropyl alcohol before using the unit.
Devices like the Suorin Air
The Suorin Drop is the predecessor of the Suorin Air, and it’s very similar. It’s a little smaller but holds less e-liquid. This means that filling will be more frequent. The only other major difference is the shape of the device. This device is neither better nor worse than the Air. It’s just different. The Drop definitely has a more unique shape and aesthetic, but that’s not for everyone.
In size and shape, the Rubi is very similar to the Juul. It’s a rectangular shape and metal design is compact and feels very premium. It’s more like the Suorin Air in terms of functionality. It has an open system just like it, so it can utilize any e-liquid. Those that want the versatility in an even smaller form factor will appreciate this unit from Kandypens.
Suorin Air Specifications
|Battery||Built-in 400 mAh|
|Pods||refillable 2 mL capacity|
|Atomizer Resistance||1.2 ohm|
|Dimensions||86 mm x 43 mm x 8 mm (H x L x W)|
|Colors available||Black, Gold, Navy Blue, Red, Rose Gold, Silver, Light Green and Gunmetal|
Pros and Cons
- Sleek, stylish design
- Small footprint
- Impressive vapor production
- Good battery life
- Requires frequent atomizer replacements
Is the Suorin Air Worth it?
The only big drawback the Suorin Air has is the leaking problem, and it can be avoided by properly replacing the disposable atomizer. Still, the leaking can become annoying, especially with how frequently this atomizer needs to be changed. However, the value is still great. For such a cost-efficient, Suorin is offering a sleek, well-designed unit that produces flavorful, smooth clouds. It’s a hard deal to beat. This is a great unit with a couple of flaws. Whether or not those flaws are a dealbreaker depends on the individual buyer. Those that don’t mind replacing their atomizers every week will appreciate this device for what it is.